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Timothy Olmsted, St. Paul Teacher Accused Of Discriminating Against Black Students, Sees Case Move To Federal Court
Sep-13-2012 475 0


Heights Community School parents have filed a lawsuit that is now moving to federal courts against the St. Paul Public School District in Minnesota, amid an investigation into allegations that teacher Timothy Olmsted discriminated against black students.

Olmsted resigned after the district placed him on paid leave in the spring after parents complained that he called black students "fat, black and stupid" and told them, "you will never amount to anything" and "you only have one parent.

The teacher also allegedly forced black students to sit in the back of the classroom, or sit with their desks facing the wall.

"He told the whole entire class that it is easier for him to teach rich white folks than poor black people," Tolbert told reporters.

Olmsted resigned in March, but is still being paid through the first week of October, and parents are dissatisfied. He is also not facing disciplinary action due to the resignation.

In the suit, parents claim that the district failed to protect their children from Olmsted, the Star Tribune reports. Latasha Tolbert, mother of 12-year-old Jamia Ware, said she made nearly 100 calls to school officials in the fall regarding Olmsted's classroom behavior, but the no one acted until January.

District representatives, however, tell the Star Tribune that an investigation was launched promptly and all complaints against the teacher were addressed immediately. Olmsted's attorney notes that the teacher "denies any improper conduct and believes that the claims against him are baseless."

But the educator has a record of controversy. The St. Paul School District reported in 2002 that Olmsted gave a sixth grade girl a birthday card with sexual innuendos, and requested that she read it to the class. He was also accused of giving a graphic description of castrating horses and throwing testicles into a field to feed cats.

For the various incidents over the years, disciplinary actions against him have ranged from written reprimands to days of suspension without pay. Students also find his more recent, racial comments strange.

"He would say random things like when I get out of the shower my dog dries me off," student Aylecia Ingram-Jones told reporters in a separate report.

Her father, Miguel Jones, has moved the teen to another school district, and asserts that there should be no question about whether Olmsted should be allowed to keep teaching.

"I wouldn't stand for it," Jones said. "Right is right. Wrong is wrong."

Minnesota does not have statewide regulations regarding disciplinary action for teachers, so process is followed based on district decisions and as outlined in teachers' union contracts.

The allegations in St. Paul are similar to complaints against Kathleen Pyles, a math teacher at North End Middle School in Waterbury, Conn., who was placed on paid leave in June while officials investigate claims that she addressed a black student with a racist remark.

Parents have accused Pyles of inappropriately calling a student "black boy" when she couldn't remember his name. When she first called the boy by the wrong name, he pointed out her mistake. So she responded, "How about black boy? Go sit down, black boy."

Parents are calling for her dismissal.

In another incident in March, a Virginia high school English teacher allegedly asked the only black student in the class to read a poem in a "blacker" manner.

Jordan Shumate, a ninth-grader at George C. Marshall High School in Falls Church, Va., says he was reading aloud Langston Hughes' "Ballad of the Landlord" when teacher Marilyn Bart interrupted him.

"She told me, 'Blacker, Jordan -- c'mon, blacker. I thought you were black,'" Shumate told The Washington Post.

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Police and neighbors on Chicago's South Side are hunting for a gunman after a 9-year-old boy was killed in a hail of bullets in the backyard of an apartment building near his home Wednesday.

Antonio Smith, 9, was pronounced dead at Comer Children's Hospital about an hour after he was shot in the chest, hands and arms in the Greater Grand Crossing neighborhood at about 4 p.m., The Chicago Tribune reported.

So far, there were no suspects, and police did not have a description of the killer.

"He was just a child, just a baby, still had a whole life ahead of him. Just a child," Kenya Eggleston, one of the boy's cousins, told reporters outside the hospital Wednesday. "When is it going to stop?"

Rasheda Eggelston, another cousin, pleaded with the shooter to surrender, calling the victim "an innocent baby."

"He didn't deserve it," Eggelston said.

Police said the charming third-grader had recently moved to the South Side neighborhood with his family.

Ashiea Smith, who lives in the building, told local ABC 7 the boy may have been chased.

"We don't know what happened. We don't know if he was running from someone. This is a dead-end alley," Smith, who is not related to the boy, told the station. "So he had to be running from somebody trying to go up on the tracks and cross over."


The boy was shot several times behind some buildings in the Greater Grand Crossing neighborhood at around 4 p.m. He died later at a hospital.
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The boy was shot several times behind some buildings in the Greater Grand Crossing neighborhood at around 4 p.m. He died later at a hospital.


Police told the Tribune the neighborhood had been plagued by gang violence recently, though they don't believe the boy or his family had any ties.

Antonio's death came on the same day seven others were wounded in shootings across the city, including a 14-year-old boy who was hit in the arm while standing on a street on the Northwest Side at 9:30 p.m., ABC 7 reported.

On the South Side, neighbors who knew Antonio and his family described him as a charming, energetic little boy who liked to impress people with his dance moves.

"I'm just going to put (his family) in my prayers," Chrishawda Wilcox told the Tribune.

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St. Louis police fatally shot a knife-wielding man during an afternoon confrontation with officers Tuesday, according to police.

Kajieme Powell, 25, allegedly refused to drop his weapon after stealing from a Six Stars Market convenience store along Riverview Blvd. around 12:30 p.m., KTVI reported.

Powell allegedly yelled, "Shoot me, kill me now!" Police Chief Sam Dotson told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

The officers ordered him to stop and drop his weapon. He instead came within two or three feet of them, causing them to open fire, said Dotson.

Powell, who had allegedly stolen two energy drinks and a pastry according to KMOV, was pronounced dead at the scene.

Dotson said no officers were hurt in the incident that took place roughly five miles southeast of Ferguson, where demonstrations over the police shooting death of unarmed teen Michael Brown have raged on.

"Officers gave suspect verbal commands. Officers feared for their safety and both officers fired their weapons," Dotson tweeted.

Both officers involved in the fatal shooting have been placed on administrative leave according to department policy, stated Dotson.

In a 911 call posted by St. Louis Public Radio, a woman who owned a barbershop near the scene said Powell seemed agitated while walking back and forth in front of the convenience store.

"He just seems very upset. I don't know what he's getting ready to do," the woman told the dispatcher. "I locked my door, I don't want this guy to come in here."


"He's upset — he's got a knife in his hand," she said. "He's got a knife in his pocket. He must be threatening the store owner."

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The shooter accused of gunning down at least four men in two states said he murdered a New Jersey teenager as revenge for Muslims killed overseas.

According to court documents, Ali Muhammad Brown described his June murder of 19-year-old Brendan Tevlin as a "just kill" and said it was an act of "vengeance" meant to compensate for U.S. military killings in the Middle East.

In addition to Tevlin's murder, Brown has been charged will fatally shooting three men in Seattle. All four men were gunned down in remote areas late at night, NJ.com reported.

He is currently held in Newark, but he may be extradited to Washington state.

Brown is a devout Muslim opposed to U.S. intervention overseas, especially Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria and Iran, prosecutors said.

"All these lives are taken every single day by America, by this government. So a life for a life," he told investigators, according to the documents.

Brown further justified killing Tevlin by claiming the shooting was a "just kill," meaning he targeted an adult man and did not put any women, children or elderly people in danger.

In police interviews, Brown described the U.S.'s military campaign in the Middle East as evil and said if a "man sees evil, then he must take action against that evil," the court papers show.

Police maintained that the June 25 shooting started as a robbery.

Officers said Brown fired 10 shots into Tevlin's Jeep Liberty when it was stopped at intersection early in the morning in West Orange, N.J. Then he got into the 19-year-old's car and drove it to a nearby apartment complex to abandon it

Two co-defendants, Eric Williams and Jeremy Villagran, fled the scene of the shooting before Brown took off in the Jeep, police said.

Brown was linked to the New Jersey shooting after police identified the weapon used as the same one used in several Seattle killings.

Police in Seattle said Brown shot and killed 30-year-old Leroy Henderson in April on a state road outside of the city. Investigators said Brown had no relationship to his alleged victim and the crime was likely motivated by robbery, drugs or crime.

Brown also allegedly gunned down Ahmed Said and Dwone Anderson-Young in June after meeting them at a Seattle nightclub.

The alleged summer shooting spree is not the 29-year-old's first run in with police.

Brown was arrested in 2004 for his part in a massive Seattle bank fraud scheme, the New Jersey newspaper reported. Police originally thought the accused crime ring shipped stolen money overseas to terrorists, but that claim was never backed up with evidence.

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Dareh Gregorian Aug-21-2014 177 0
Maybe they should call it White People magazine.

The recently axed lone black editor of People says she was discriminated against by her boss, and that the popular magazine is biased against African-Americans in general.

People is "a discriminatory organization run entirely by white people who intentionally focus the magazine on stories involving white people and white celebrities," Tatsha Robertson's bombshell lawsuit says.

The 48-year-old Robertson, "the only Black Senior Editor the magazine has ever had," was laid off in May, according to the suit.

She says only five of the mag’s 110 employees were black, and that now-former executive editor Betsy Gleick treated her like a second class-citizen when she came to the magazine from another Time Inc. publication, Essence, in 2010.

"You need to talk like everyone else here. You're not at Essence anymore," Gleick is quoted in the suit as saying.

She says Gleick left her out of important meetings, and denigrated her attempts to do more stories on black people. Robertson said when she pitched a story about an African-American model who'd been killed, Gleick told her the victim looked like a “slut” and the magazine wasn't interested.

“You know the rule — white suburban women in distress," she said, according to the suit. She also allegedly said the magazine was only interested in stories involving "white, middle-class suburbia."

Gleick, 51, followed Robertson out the door in June.

She did not return a call for comment Wednesday.

A spokesperson for People said, "People declines to comment."

When the magazine does put black people on its cover, they're held to a different standard, the suit says. Although People "put Trayvon Martin on its cover, Ms. Gleick was completely obsessed with attempting to unearth any potential negative fact about him before doing so," the suit says. "Ms. Gleick repeatedly questioned whether he was a 'good kid,' yet never made efforts to vet white victims of crime."

Cover stories on African-Americans were a rarity — the suit says a "black individual was the main feature" on the cover "exactly twice" in 2013, when the magazine put out 60 issues.

"In total since 2010, only 14 out of 265 covers have been focused on African-American individuals," the suit says.

And since 1990, "only three individuals selected as the ‘Most Beautiful Person’ have been black, out of 25 selections."

Robertson's lawyer, David Gottlieb of Wigdor LLP, said, "The media has a responsibility to report and act with integrity. People Magazine has betrayed that responsibility by engaging in discrimination, both in its pages and through its employment practices."

The suit says that with Robertson gone, "One can only imagine that it will be 'business as usual' at People Magazine going forward — more white people on covers, more stories about white people, and a completely dismissive attitude towards African-American employees."

The suit seeks unspecified money damages from People, Time Inc. and Glei

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Attorney General Eric Holder sought Wednesday to reassure the people of Ferguson about the investigation into Michael Brown's death and said he understands why many black Americans do not trust police, recalling how he was repeatedly stopped by officers who seemed to target him because of his race.

Holder made the remarks during a visit to the St. Louis suburb that has endured more than a week of unrest fueled by the fatal shooting of the black 18-year-old by a white officer. The Obama administration intended the trip to underscore its commitment to civil rights in general and the Ferguson case in particular.

The attorney general described how he was stopped twice on the New Jersey Turnpike and accused of speeding. Police searched his car, going through the trunk and looking under the seats.

"I remember how humiliating that was and how angry I was and the impact it had on me," Holder said during a meeting with about 50 community leaders at the Florissant campus of St. Louis Community College.

Police arrest a man as they disperse a protest in Ferguson, Mo., early Wednesday, Aug. 20, 2014. On Saturday, Aug. 9, a white police officer fatally shot unarmed 18-year-old Michael Brown, who was black, in the St. Louis suburb.AP Photo: Charlie Riedel

Holder also met with federal officials investigating Michael Brown's Aug. 9 death and with Brown's parents.

Once while living in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, Holder was running to catch a movie with his cousin when a squad car rolled up and flashed its lights at the pair. The officer yelled, "Where are you going? Hold it!" Holder recalled.

His cousin "started mouthing off," and Holder urged him to be quiet.

"We negotiate the whole thing, and we walk to our movie. At the time that he stopped me, I was a federal prosecutor. I wasn't a kid," he said.

Holder met briefly with Missouri State Highway Patrol Capt. Ron Johnson, who has been in charge of security in Ferguson for nearly a week. The National Guard is also helping to keep the peace.

Asked whether he had confidence in the local investigation of the police officer, Johnson said Holder's presence "is a guarantee on that."

In nearby Clayton, a grand jury began hearing evidence to determine whether the officer, Darren Wilson, should be charged in Brown's death. A spokesman for St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch said there was no timeline for the process, but it could take weeks.

Outside the St. Louis County Justice Center, where the grand jury convened, two dozen protesters gathered in a circle for a prayer, chanted and held signs urging McCulloch to step aside.

McCulloch's deep family connections to police have been cited by some black leaders who question his ability to be impartial in the case. McCulloch's father, mother, brother, uncle and cousin all worked for the St. Louis Police Department, and his father was killed while responding to a call involving a black suspect.

The prosecutor, who is white, has insisted his background will have no bearing on the handling of the Brown case, which has touched off days of nighttime protests during which authorities used tear gas and rubber bullets to clear the streets.

On Wednesday, police said an officer had been suspended for pointing a semi-automatic assault rifle at demonstrators, then cursing and threatening to kill one of them. A protester captured the exchange on video Tuesday and posted it to YouTube and other websites.

Some protesters returned to the streets Wednesday evening but in diminishing numbers. They marched around a single block as a thunderstorm filled the sky with lighting and dumped rain. Police still stood guard, but many wore regular uniforms rather than riot gear.

In a letter published in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Holder promised a thorough investigation while calling for an end to the violence in Ferguson. He said the bond of trust between law enforcement and the public is "all-important" but also "fragile."

Arrest patterns "must not lead to disparate treatment under the law, even if such treatment is unintended. And police forces should reflect the diversity of the communities they serve," Holder wrote.

The Justice Department has mounted an unusually swift and aggressive response to Brown's death, conducting an independent autopsy and sending dozens of FBI agents to Ferguson in search of witnesses to the shooting.

Meanwhile, Brown's funeral arrangements were set. The funeral will be Monday at Friendly Temple Missionary Baptist Church in St. Louis, according to the Austin A. Layne Mortuary, which is handling arrangements.

Brown's uncle, the Rev. Charles Ewing, will deliver the eulogy. The Rev. Al Sharpton will also speak.

Brown will be buried at St. Peter's Cemetery in St. Louis County.

Holder said the Obama administration has been working to achieve change through the Justice Department's civil rights division.

"The same kid who got stopped on the New Jersey freeway is now the attorney general of the United States," he added. "This country is capable of change. But change doesn't happen by itself."

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The California Highway Patrol has announced that a suspended officer may face serious charges for straddling a woman on a freeway shoulder and punching her repeatedly in the head.

Daniel Andrew has also been removed from duty, the CHP said Wednesday in a statement provided to the Daily News.

Andrew was videotaped July 1 beating a 51-year-old woman who had been walking along Interstate 10, near the LaBrea Ave. exit in Los Angeles. The violent footage went viral on YouTube and generated far-ranging criticism of Andrew's actions.

At one point, he sits on top of Marlene Pinnock and continues to rain down blows on the woman's face and head as she screams and struggles.

Pinnock has sued the state patrol agency and claims she was placed under a 72-hour psychiatric hold after the attack to give Andrew and the department time to cover it up.

The CHP's criminal investigation of the videotaped beating has been given to the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office, which will determine whether to file charges.

Andrew has claimed he was trying to protect the woman, who was wandering into traffic lanes, he said.


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Philip Caulfield Aug-20-2014 110 0
Washington Redskins players showed support for slain Missouri teen Michael Brown on Monday night by running on to the field with their hands up during the team's introductions.

Safety Brandon Meriweather led the team's defensive backs through a tunnel and onto FedEx Field with their hands raised, a nod to the "Hands up, don't shoot" pose that has become a rallying cry for protesters in Ferguson.

Brown, 18, was shot and killed on Aug. 9 by a police officer during an encounter on a street in the St. Louis suburb.

Brown was unarmed, and witnesses said he had his hands were up when Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson killed him.

After the game — in which the Redskins beat the Cleveland Browns 24-23 — members of the defensive unit acknowledged their solemn entrance was a show of solidarity for Brown and his supporters.

Meriweather and some other veterans came up with the idea and rallied the younger players to go along with it, some players told reporters.

"We just wanted everybody to know that we support Michael and acknowledge what happened in Ferguson,'' Meriweather told USA Today. "It was all of ours idea, something we decided to do as a group just to show our support.''

"That could have been any one of us," safety Ryan Clark told the Washington Post, referring to Brown. "That could have been any one of our brothers, our cousins, just anyone."

"We have voices, even though sometimes we don't like to see it that way, we do have voices. We got the opportunity to do something," he said.

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Aug-19-2014 137 0
A police officer was involved in a shooting Tuesday in St. Louis, about three miles from where Michael Brown was shot and killed in the turbulent suburb of Ferguson, police confirmed.

There was a heavy police presence at the scene, and police marked off the intersection with yellow tape.

Chief Sam Dotson of the St. Louis metropolitan police said on Twitter that the suspect had brandished a knife at police.

Further details were unclear.

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Aug-19-2014 219 0
The Illinois teenager accused of bludgeoning her mother to death in a Bali hotel room had punched, pushed and bitten the 62-year-old before, police reports reveal.

But despite the slew of reports, Sheila von Wiese-Mack never pressed charges against her apparently violent daughter, the Chicago-Tribune reported.

Heather Mack, 19, and her 21-year-old boyfriend, Tommy Schaefer, are set to stand trial for murder. Police in Indonesia said the pair beat von Wiese-Mack to death last week and left her body in a suitcase at the St. Regis Bali.

But the Chicago-area mom had refused to get mental health help for the teen for years, the reports showed.

In 2010, Oak Park police recommended Mack be admitted to a mental hospital after the teen punched von Wiese-Mack. The mother refused, and the family agreed to try to get along.

The truce didn't last.

Later in 2010, von Wiese-Mack accused her daughter of stealing from the family home.

Then in 2011, Mack allegedly pushed her mom so hard von Wiese-Mack broke her arm. The teen disconnected the home's phone so the mother couldn't call for help, she claimed.

More 2011 reports detail accounts of Mack biting and hitting her mother.

Not once did von Wiese-Mack press charges: She told officers that sending her daughter to jail wouldn't help anything.

Between 2004 and 2013, Oak Park police responded to the Mack family home 86 times, NBC Chicago reported. A number of those involved the mother and daughter fighting.

Mack and Schaefer have been held in Bali since Wednesday, and investigators believe the couple killed the 62-year-old after a Monday night argument.

The couple has filed a series of complaints against local police: Mack's lawyer, Michael Elkin, said his client has been sexually assaulted several times while she has been detained.

The 19-year-old, who is apparently pregnant, said she had not been given enough water, and received only "vitamin pills" as medical attention for her pregnancy, Elkin told NBC Chicago.

Schaefer complained about the quality of food in the prison, claiming he was served KFC.

Police maintained the two are being treated like any other prisoner.


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